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Nexus, Spring/Summer 2014

The Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Nexus features "Family Matters: Does breaking up have to break the bank?" How our alumni - and students - are changing family law.

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Former Dean Mayo Moran

Exit Interview with Dean Mayo Moran

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo  /  Photography by Raina + Wilson

The first woman dean, and one of the longest to serve, leaves behind a new building, groundbreaking programs and a re-energized law school curriculum, as she takes up the provost and vice-chancellor role at Trinity College

Illustration for Academic Shift story

Academic Shift

By Randi Chapnik Myers / Illustration by Pete Ryan

The Move to A New 1L Curriculum, Holistic Admissions Process and Modified Grading System


Jean Teillet '94

Recap: Jean Teillet

By Jean Teillet, Partner, Pape Salter Teillet LLP

Photography by Michelle Yee

Twenty years after launching the Kawaskimhon Aboriginal Moot, Jean Teillet, LLB 1994, LLM 2008 is still working on her 'roses'

Illustration for Family Law article

Family matters

By Cynthia Macdonald / Illustration by Patrik Svensson

Does breaking up have to break the bank? How our alumni—and students—are changing family law

Hat Trick illustration

Hat Trick

Illustrations by Joel Kimmel

Three alumni, in as many months, were appointed law school deans this year: Sujit Choudhry, LLB 1996, Gillian Lester, LLB 1990, and Paul Paton, LLB 1992

Fasken Martineau

Renaissance Rising

Fasken Martineau


Photography by Gordon Hawkins

Nota Bene


Chuck Gastle '85

Forty-three Cambodian daughters

By Lucianna Ciccocioppo / Photography by Jeff Kirk

How a business trip  launched a legal education recruitment program—and full scholarships—for disadvantaged rural women




Ballot box

No fair: The flawed Elections Act

By Yasmin Dawood, Assistant Professor of Law

Illustration by Gary Neill

Q & A


Joanna Rotenberg, JD/MBA 2001

Q & A with Joanna Rotenberg, JD/MBA 2001, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Strategy, BMO Financial Group

By Karen Gross / Photography by Jason Gordon

On technology, teamwork and career twists and turns

Extended Class Note


Michael Woods '76

From global capitals to Canada’s capital

Alumnus Michael Woods writes to us about his international career path

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